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    Toome Canal, County Antrim Toome Canal, County Antrim
    2 jours 199 km

    Lough Neagh

    De County Londonderry à County Tyrone
    Aéroport le plus proche Belfast City Airport, George Best Belfast City Airport
    Activités La Chaussée des Géants, Le pont de corde de Carrick-a-Rede , Hillsborough
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    Surrounded by some of the island of Ireland’s most charming villages, tranquil Lough Neagh is a paradise for nature lovers and foodies alike

    Its vast waters make it feel like an ocean. This is Lough Neagh, Ireland’s largest lake and a destination that ripples with history, heritage, nature and beauty. Off-the-beaten track yet packed with wonderful walks, great bars and restaurants and idyllic scenery, it’s a region of endless views, racing skies and fascinating visitor attractions. Here’s how to make the most of it…


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    141 km


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    Lough Neagh, County Antrim Lough Neagh, County Antrim
    Jour 1

    Day 1

    Combine culture and history with quaint towns and superb food on this relaxed journey along the eastern shore of Lough Neagh.

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    A poetic start

    Seamus Heaney HomePlace, County Londonderry

    Sheamus Heaney HomePlace, County Derry Sheamus Heaney HomePlace, County Derry

    First off, it’s time to get literary. The Seamus Heaney HomePlace celebrates the life and work of one of the world’s greatest poets, Seamus Heaney, who grew up in the nearby village of Bellaghy. This is more than just a museum – it’s a fascinating collection of artefacts and memorabilia donated by Heaney’s family as well as members of the public, which gives a very personal insight into the life of the Nobel Laureate. If you have more time, learn all about the region’s food traditions on a road trip that highlights the wonderful fare Lough Neagh has to offer. The Lough Neagh Foodie Tour departs from Belfast and visits spots such as Long Meadow Farm, which makes award-winning cider and juices, and Rosehill House, a lovely thatched guesthouse in County Tyrone.

    48 km


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    The great outdoors

    Antrim Castle Gardens, County Antrim

    Antrim Castle Gardens, County Antrim Antrim Castle Gardens, County Antrim

    More idyllic natural beauty awaits at the 400-year-old Antrim Castle Gardens. Walk in the footsteps of the Massereene family at this late 17th century estate, which is home to the impressively refurbished Clotworthy House, as well as an art gallery, coffee shop and museum. If you have more time immerse yourself in one of Northern Ireland’s leading animal conservation centres at World of Owls and get up close with birds of prey from all over the world.

    35 km

    A royal visit

    Newforge House, County Armagh

    Hillsborough Castle and Gardens Royal Hillsborough Hillsborough Castle and Gardens Royal Hillsborough

    Set within extensive grounds, Hillsborough Castle is not a castle at all – it’s actually an 18th century country house that is the official residence in Northern Ireland of Queen Elizabeth II. With glorious state rooms and delightful gardens, Hillsborough has recently undergone extensive renovation work, and now boasts a restored 18th century walled garden. Entry is by guided tour, and tours last around 45 minutes. Head south from Hillsborough for an overnight night at the 18th century Newforge House, near the village of Magheralin.

    Ardress House, County Armagh Ardress House, County Armagh
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    Day 2

    Discover enchanting beauty as you travel north from the scenic surrounds of Brownlow House to the tranquil oasis of Drum Manor Forest Park.

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    Picturesque paradise

    The Argory, County Armagh

    The Argory, County Armagh The Argory, County Armagh

    Built in the 1820s and set on a delightful hillside location, the Argory offers inspirational views across County Armagh. It’s a wonderful place to wander around for a few hours, discovering garden, woodland and riverside walks, enjoying afternoon tea in Lady Ady’s tea room, or ambling along the environmental sculpture trail. Afterwards, pop into Deli on the Green in Dungannon and sample the amazing produce that Northern Ireland has to offer. If you’re still feeling energetic, why not say hello to the white fallow deer at Parkanaur Forest? Or take in the impressive ruins of a 17th century mansion at Castle Caulfield.

    30 km

    A forest adventure

    Drum Manor Forest Park, County Tyrone

    Drum Manor Forest Park, County Tyrone Drum Manor Forest Park, County Tyrone

    Explore the wilderness of County Tyrone’s rugged beauty at Drum Manor Forest Park. Enjoy a magnificent stroll or cycle around the exquisite gardens, mixed woodlands and old manor ruins along serene walking trails. All this fresh air is bound to work up a hunger and, luckily, there’s plenty of superb refuelling options to choose from: explore the home of traditional craft baking in Northern Ireland at family-run Ditty's; or opt for some hearty fare at The Old Thatch Inn, a charming country pub in Castledawson.